A written account of an address regarding public education delivered by J. H. Ingraham at the Methodist Church in Nashville, Tennessee on June 7, 1848. Also includes letters, an appendix containing rules for the proposed school, and excerpts from other addresses regarding public education in other cities. Topics: Schools--Tennessee--Nashville, Education--Tennessee--Nashville
Appeared in the Louisville Dailies: May 12, 14, 16, 18, 1928. I. The resignation or non-employment of certain teachers; II. The recent propaganda against the board; III. The University's new administrative and educational policies; IV. Why Mr. George Colvin is retained as President. Topics: University of Louisville--Administration, Universities and...
byPirtle, James S. (James Speed), 1840-1919; McDermott, Edward J. (Edward John), 1852-1926
The speeches of John S. Pirtle and E.J. McDermott in opposition to the election of Charles D. Jacob as mayor of Louisville, Ky. Topics: Campaign literature--1896--Republican, Mayors--Kentucky--Louisville--Election, Political...